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Current developing trends of network cabling

In recent years, cabling has become less of a hardship for IT and data center manages in some respects when it comes to installation, usage, and management. That doesn’t mean cabling has become any less important. It’s as important as ever to have a firm grasp of prevailing cabling trends and burgeoning technologies and how to properly prepare for cabling requirements in the face of upgrades or outfitting a new data center.

According to 2013 research from global market intelligence company BSRIA, the global structured cabling market will reach $8.3 billion by 2020. Data center cabling is expected to account for $1.6 billion of that total, while LAN cabling is slated to make up $6.7 billion. Within the LAN cabling market, companies are expected to spend more on structured cabling for wiring access points, IP cameras, building management systems, access controls, and other equipment. Structured cabling in data centers, meanwhile, is expected to continue moving to fiber, and the number of smaller data centers primarily using copper is expected to decrease as cloud services and outsourcing increase.

Today’s copper cabling presents more challenges than years ago. Handling and deploying CAT6A cable is more difficult than CAT5/CAT5e/CAT6, because it’s larger and heavier. CAT6A also requires more planning because it consumes more space in cable trays and its testing requirements are more complicated because of Alien Crosstalk (ANEXT).

Thus you should buy good-quality cables from the qualified and professional supplier. If buy low-quality cabling is a sure way to incur downtime and increase costs in the long run when it needs to be replaced. Investing in the best quality cabling possible will serve your organization for years to come. Now make enquiry from Biadi for the high-standard cable products, let’s help you.

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